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Kinston (16.76 mile)
April 17 , April 18
Activities at Mother Earth Brewing, Chef and the Farmer, the Farmer's Market, CSS Neuse Interpretive Center and the Overland Gallery. A kayak/canoe cruise, Beer dinners, mug painting display.
Kinston (16.82 mile)
Breakfast served from 7:30 til 10:30, grits, eggs to order, bacon, sausage, and the works served by Civil War reenactors.
Kinston (16.68 mile)
April 29 , April 30
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Non-stop activities, entertainment and the best BBQ in North Carolina. Local art for sale, children's activities, classic car show and more.
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Richlands (7.95 mile)
Southern / Home Cooking
Locally owned home-cooking restaurant specializing in collards, backbones, and more good ole country cooking.
Mount Olive (8.20 mile)
Seafood, Southern / Home Cooking
Enjoy down home southern cooking! Delicious seafood, hush puppies, burgers, slow cooked vegetables and more!
Beulaville (11.81 mile)
A family-owned and operated bakery and bulk food products store keeps the dough rising.
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Pink Hill (2.60 mile)
Maxwell Mill Park offers a 75-acre lake, boat rentals, fishing, pool, cable TV, full hookups, laundry, general store and a game room. Open all year...
Pink Hill (6.29 mile)
A 167-acre county park located in the eastern part of Duplin County near the town of Beulaville. A 69-acre lake provides canoeing, fishing and swim...
Richlands (9.38 mile)
Whippoorwill Campground, located between the towns of Richlands and Beulaville, is a great place to come and relax a spell.
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